'''Charles Sylvester''' (1774–1828) was a chemist and inventor born in Sheffield, United Kingdom. He worked on galvanization, public building heating and sanitation, and railroad friction amongst other things.
byGreen, C. Sylvester (Charles Sylvester), 1900-1980.
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